May 1, 2013
We all remember how exciting our high school prom was. The romance of getting dressed up and going to a fancy restaurant like adults, attending the dance with all your friends, then getting to stay out way past curfew.
If you have teenagers, you’re probably finding yourself relating more to your own parents this time of year, wondering how on earth they dealt with worrying about you on prom night.
There’s a lot to talk to your teenager regarding making responsible choices and staying safe on prom night. But when you cover these topics with them, consider this statistic from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: More teenagers are involved in more fatal car accidents during Prom season than any other time of year.
It goes without saying that it’s critical to educate your teenager about being aware of the increased risk of a car accident during this time of year. Here are some things to consider:
Here are some more Prom Safety tips.
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